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Liam Hemsworth's nonexistent skincare routine

Published 09/01/2016

Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth

Liam Hemsworth was honored to be part of Diesel's campaign for scent Only The Brave.

Liam Hemsworth's flawless skin is thanks to a good night's sleep, ocean water and not much else.

The Australian star and his big brother Chris are both keen surfers thanks to their upbringing Down Under, and are often spotted enjoying the waves.

His laidback lifestyle also extends to his skincare routine, which the star admits is pretty nonexistent.

"Nothing other than a good night's sleep and ocean water," Liam smiled to Britain's Marie Claire. "I don’t have much of a skin care ritual and my daily grooming routine consists of a shower and brushing my teeth. The less time I have to spend getting ready, the better."

However he is a little stricter when it comes to his diet. In 2015 Liam showed off his impressive abs in film The Dressmaker and says his enviable body all comes down to his food choices.

"I’m a vegan and I’ve found that since adopting a vegan diet, I’ve never felt better; mentally and physically," he admitted. "I feel like it’s also had a domino effect of the rest of my life."

Aside from starring in films, Liam has also taken up modelling recently by fronting the campaign for Diesel fragrance Only The Brave. While the 25-year-old confesses he wasn't much of an aftershave wearer in his youth, his tastes have matured since he's grown older and he jumped at the chance to work with Diesel.

"I enjoy opportunities where I’m able to do something new and different," he explained. "I’ve never done a fragrance campaign before, so it has not only been an honour but a lot of fun. I had a great time shooting the commercial spot. Mother Nature presented us with a few obstacles. We shot the commercial in Los Angeles, where it never rains. So the irony that the first rain we’ve had in months was forecasted for the day of the TV shoot was not lost on me."

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